Time After Time

126  Artist-run Gallery is proud to present “Time After Time” by Paddy Joe Rickard and Cliodhna Timoney.

Preview: Thursday 22nd November 6-8pm.
Exhibition Run: Friday 23rd November- Sunday 9th December.
Opening times: Wednesday-Sunday 12-6pm.

Time After Time offers a portrayal of the artist’s studio and the quotidian processes that occur within. Rickard and Timoney provide a situation where the audience can participate in the processes of looking viewing, assembling, rejecting and thinking. Presenting the terra incognita of their practice, the exhibition invites the viewer into a customarily private space.
Here Rickard and Timoney have staged a studio that gathers their common interests in line, colour, materiality, form. Time after Time is grounded in a trove of references borrowed from pop culture, craft and art history. The combinations are homogenous and repetitive in display, a conglomeration of overlapping ideas, systems and conversations.

Paddy Joe Rickard is an artist based in Dublin and London. He makes drawings, paintings and sculptures. Rickard graduated from IADT’S Visual Arts Practice with first class honours in 2015. Recent exhibitions include Young Folks, Solo Exhibition, YMCA Sports Hall, Dublin (2018), Stream/2, The Complex, Dublin (2018), The Hike I Never Went On, Block T, Dublin (2016), Winter Open, Rua Red, Dublin (2016), ART WORKS, Carlow Arts Festival, Carlow (2016), unFold, Mart Project Space Dublin (2015), IADT Graduate Exhibition, IADT Dun Laoghaire (2015), The Beholders Share, The Project Space IMMA (2015). He was awarded the Fingal County Council Artist Bursary Award 2018, Fingal County Council Artist Bursary Award 2016 and was the recipient of Fingal Graduate Award in Partnership with Block T 2015.


Cliodhna Timoney is an artist currently based in London. Using familiar imagery, materials, objects and forms, Timoney removes their function, deliberately misconstrues and intentionally distorts their character in an attempt to examine communication and sensibility. Chancing failure and accidents, she intuitively allows the works to take on transitory, provisional and awkward states. Timoney graduated from IADT’s Visual Arts Practice with first class honours in 2015. She is currently undertaking an MFA at The Slade School of Fine Art. Recent Exhibitions include Whoops, SoloExhibiton, Triskel Arts Centre, Cork (2018), Tatty Green Lampshade, Solo Exhibition, Eight Gallery, Dublin (2018), all shimmers here, The MART (2016), Very Good Waves Now, Catalyst Arts, Belfast (2016), A Knowing Nature, The Dock, Carrick-On Shannon (2016), IADT Graduate Exhibition, Dun Laoghaire (2015), The Beholder’s Share, IMMA, Dublin(2015). She was awarded the Felix Slade Scholarship 2018 and was the recipient of Fire Station Sculpture Workshop Award & Bursary 2016.

126 Artist-Run Gallery is proudly funded by the Arts Council of Ireland and Galway City Council and Fingal Arts.